Sunday, April 19, 2009

Natural Laundry soap

My Natural Laundry Soap is safe for your family & the environment.
One tablespoon cleans a super size load.!!!!(Very soiled clothes may take 2 tablespoons)
Here are some more reasons to use Natural Laundry Soap:
✻100% ALL natural ingredients
✻No Petroleum based cleaning agents
✻Completely biodegradable, so it's not harmful to plumbing, septic tanks, or the natural environment.
✻Works great in any temperature
✻You do not need to add fabric softeners- clothes are soft without it and smell wonderful! (I recommend not to, synthetic fabric softener leave behind a build up which reduces the water absorbency of textiles.)
✻Great for all skin types
✻Universal cleaner- You can use this to wash you dishes, floors and walls.

Laundry Tip:
If you have hard water or find that you do need to add a little fabric softener try Vinegar. Not only is it a cheap alternative to commercial fabric softener, but it is not harmful to the environment and your laundry will come out soft and cling-free.

Did You Know?
Commercial fabric softener builds up on your towels over time, making them less absorbent.

Adding 1/2 cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle of your washing machine Vinegar works naturally to soften your laundry and has the added benefit of breaking down laundry detergent very effectively. This added benefit means less detergent sensitive allergies for families that struggle with sensitive skin. Don't be put off by the fragrance of vinegar. The odor disappears when vinegar dries. So go ahead and try a bottle of vinegar in place of your laundry softener.

Want to stretch out your natural soap? Get more for your money? Try turning your powder laundry soap to liquid laundry soap! It takes little work and practice, but once you have done it successfully, you will want to continue making it.

1 cup of my natural laundry soap
1 gallon of distilled water (16 c per gallon)
Large pot
Add 1 gallon of distilled water to large pot, mix in the 1 c soap. Do not use a wood spoon unless you are going to dedicate it to laundry soap making. Stainless steel is a better alternative. Heat water and soap mixture to almost boiling. DO NOT boil! It will foam right over the top of the pan. Heat until ALL of the soap is dissolved. Let cool to a warm temperature. Pour back into the distilled gallon. every few hours shake the container to mix the soap up. Let sit over night. You may see little lumps, this it normal and will work just fine in the washer. Shake the soap before each uses to mix the soap.
1/2 c per load= 32 loads per gallon and 64 loads per laundry soap bag!
You can double the loads for your money!

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